Over a three-week period (July 16- August 5) the Chamber is encouraging members and the public to patronize businesses along the Mason Street Corridor in the downtown area.
As you know, between work being done on the railroad tracks by Burlington Northern Santa Fe and road and utility work being done by the City of Fort Collins, access across Mason Street is prohibited for a 9-block area between Cherry Street on the north and Laurel on the south.
Talk about a business disrupter! Three weeks is a long time to have regular access cut off from your business.
So, to support businesses in the Mason Corridor area consciously plan to patronize them over the next few weeks, especially the following chamber members: Paul Wood Florist, Uncles Pizzeria & Co., Jay's Bistro, International Appetite Bistro, Vintages Handcrafted Wines, The Fine Art & Frame Co., Global Village of Art & Culture, First National Bank, Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant, Enzio's Italian Kitchen, Big Al's Burgers and Dogs.
For more information about the Mason Street closures click here.